Global Youth Ministry Network began it’s Asia-based work in 1998.

Using the Philippines as a hub location, GYMN has now trained leaders in 6 different Asian countries, including:

Cambodia, India, South Korea, Philippines, Indonesia and Mongolia with plans to work in Myanmar (Burma), Thailand and many other locations.

Not only have we trained over 4687 leaders who are impacting over 93,740 youth, we have also multiplied the number of certified trainers through our Leadership Summits to close to 20 (as pictured).

Several entire denominations in the Philippines see the GYMN Youth Ministry Strategy as their core leadership development tool for all of their churches’ youth ministry leadership.

“As a senior pastor, I regretted that I only sent 2 of my youth leaders to the training(thinking it would again be one of those boring and tedious seminars). After witnessing the materials, the topics and the speakers, I attended the seminar myself on the 2nd day. I AM 100% SOLD OUT THAT IT WILL HELP OUR CHURCH! I strongly recommend for a follow up training/level not later than 2005. I myself will help promote to churches.”

Ptr. Celso N. Mansing
San Remegio, Philippines


This seminar has helped me understand and discover ways & planning methods for ministry that are practical and useful.  I have learned methods to improve my approach.
– B. Rajarshi Samuel Rao – Kolkata, India


We are adding additional locations for trainings in all of Asia on a regular basis.

If your country is not listed, please send us an email about your position, your desire for trainings and we can contact you with more details. Also, please refer to the the Host Information Packet for all of the details of hosting a training in your area.

If you know of others in Asian countries who would be interested in this training, feel free to send them the website address.

With over 2 billion people living in India and China alone, the need for developing Asian leaders is tremendous.

The young people are hungry to find an eternal purpose for their life. They are finding that in the service of the eternal God and His plans for their lives.